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Adolescent Transition Fair: Helping Teens with Special Needs Gain Independence

On Tuesday, June 17, 6:00-8:00 p.m., Children's Hospital and Southwest Pediatrics will host an event in the New Berlin Public Library's Community Room.  The Adolescent Transition Fair is a parent resource event geared for parents of teens with special health care needs.  Representatives will be on hand to answer your questions about helping teenagers with special health care needs make the transition to appropriate independence. 

Organizations attending include: Independence First, United Cerebral Palsy, Milwaukee County Disability, ADRC, New Berlin Therapies, CYSHCN, Autism Society, Attorney ad litem, UWM, MATC, WCTC, Sheperds College, Goodwill Industries, Easter Seals, Creative Employment Opportunities, Life Striders, YMCA, Donna Lexa Art Centers, and VSA Wisconsin.  For more information, please call Linda at Southwest Pediatrics at 262-789-6020 or email  

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